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How to configure Prophet REV2

For proper operation of the editor you should properly configure the synthesizer. Following parameters in
Prophet REV2 Global Settings should be set to these values:

How to configure Prophet REV2 editor VST

PLEASE, MAKE SURE the MIDI ports that are used for communication with your Prophet REV2 are are not currently occupied by other software (include your DAW).

For example, if you connect your synthesizer via USB:

  1. Power on your Prophet REV2, and connect it via USB, Open your DAW, proceed to MIDI preferences and DISABLE or REMOVE "Rev2" MIDI ports (input and output).
  2. Add an instance of the Prophet REV2 Editor VST plugin to your DAW and open the plugin window.
  3. Proceed to the Preferences dialog within the Prophet REV2 Editor VST, and select "Rev2" MIDI port as input port, and select "Rev2" MIDI port as output port.

Connecting your Prophet REV2 via MIDI Interface (for this example we will use the abstract SUPER100 midi interface device, with our synthesizer connected to port 1):

  1. Power on Prophet REV2, power on your MIDI Interface device, and connect it via MIDI to port 1
  2. Open your DAW, proceed to your DAW's MIDI preferences and DISABLE or REMOVE the MIDI ports from your MIDI interface that are connected to your REV2, in our case we need to disable/remove "SUPER100 port 1" from the (input and output).
  3. Add an instance of the DSI Prophet REV2 Editor VST plugin to your DAW, and open the plugin window.
  4. Proceed to the Preferences dialog within the Prophet REV2 Editor VST and select the MIDI ports from your MIDI interface which are connected to your Synthesizer, in our case we will select "SUPER100 port 1" as the input and output.

If you have a problems with configuring the editor please email me to support@codeknobs.com



How to configure Prophet-6

For proper operation of the editor you should properly configure the synthesizer. Following parameters in
Prophet-6 Global Settings should be set to these values:

How to configure Prophet-6 editor VST

PLEASE, MAKE SURE the MIDI ports that are used for communication with your Prophet-6 are are not currently occupied by other software (include your DAW).

For example, if you connect your synthesizer via USB:

  1. Power on your Prophet-6, and connect it via USB, Open your DAW, proceed to MIDI preferences and DISABLE or REMOVE "Prophet-6" MIDI ports (input and output).
  2. Add an instance of the Prophet-6 Editor VST plugin to your DAW and open the plugin window.
  3. Proceed to the Preferences dialog within the Prophet-6 Editor VST, and select "Prophet-6" MIDI port as input port, and select "Prophet-6" MIDI port as output port.

Connecting your Prophet-6 via MIDI Interface (for this example we will use the abstract SUPER100 midi interface device, with our synthesizer connected to port 1):

  1. Power on Prophet-6, power on your MIDI Interface device, and connect it via MIDI to port 1
  2. Open your DAW, proceed to your DAW's MIDI preferences and DISABLE or REMOVE the MIDI ports from your MIDI interface that are connected to your Prophet-6, in our case we need to disable/remove "SUPER100 port 1" from the (input and output).
  3. Add an instance of the DSI Prophet-6 Program Editor VST plugin to your DAW, and open the plugin window.
  4. Proceed to the Preferences dialog within the Prophet-6 Editor VST and select the MIDI ports from your MIDI interface which are connected to your Synthesizer, in our case we will select "SUPER100 port 1" as the input and output.

If you have a problems with configuring the editor please email me to support@codeknobs.com



How to configure OB-6

For proper operation of the editor you should properly configure the synthesizer. Following parameters in
OB-6 Global Settings should be set to these values:

How to configure OB-6 editor VST

PLEASE, MAKE SURE the MIDI ports that are used for communication with your OB-6 are are not currently occupied by other software (include your DAW).

For example, if you connect your synthesizer via USB:

  1. Power on your OB-6, and connect it via USB, Open your DAW, proceed to MIDI preferences and DISABLE or REMOVE "OB-6" MIDI ports (input and output).
  2. Add an instance of the OB-6 Editor VST plugin to your DAW and open the plugin window.
  3. Proceed to the Preferences dialog within the OB-6 Editor VST, and select "OB-6" MIDI port as input port, and select "OB-6" MIDI port as output port.

Connecting your OB-6 via MIDI Interface (for this example we will use the abstract SUPER100 midi interface device, with our synthesizer connected to port 1):

  1. Power on OB-6, power on your MIDI Interface device, and connect it via MIDI to port 1
  2. Open your DAW, proceed to your DAW's MIDI preferences and DISABLE or REMOVE the MIDI ports from your MIDI interface that are connected to your OB-6, in our case we need to disable/remove "SUPER100 port 1" from the (input and output).
  3. Add an instance of the DSI OB-6 Editor VST plugin to your DAW, and open the plugin window.
  4. Proceed to the Preferences dialog within the OB-6 Editor VST and select the MIDI ports from your MIDI interface which are connected to your Synthesizer, in our case we will select "SUPER100 port 1" as the input and output.

If you have a problems with configuring the editor please email me to support@codeknobs.com



How to configure Prophet 12

For proper operation of the editor you should properly configure the synthesizer. Following parameters in
Prophet 12 Global Settings should be set to these values:

How to configure Prophet 12 editor VST

PLEASE, MAKE SURE the MIDI ports that are used for communication with your Prophet 12 are are not currently occupied by other software (include your DAW).

For example, if you connect your synthesizer via USB:

  1. Power on your Prophet 12, and connect it via USB, Open your DAW, proceed to MIDI preferences and DISABLE or REMOVE "Prophet 12" MIDI ports (input and output).
  2. Add an instance of the Prophet 12 Editor VST plugin to your DAW and open the plugin window.
  3. Proceed to the Preferences dialog within the Prophet 12 Editor VST, and select "Prophet 12" MIDI port as input port, and select "Prophet 12" MIDI port as output port.

Connecting your Prophet 12 via MIDI Interface (for this example we will use the abstract SUPER100 midi interface device, with our synthesizer connected to port 1):

  1. Power on Prophet 12, power on your MIDI Interface device, and connect it via MIDI to port 1
  2. Open your DAW, proceed to your DAW's MIDI preferences and DISABLE or REMOVE the MIDI ports from your MIDI interface that are connected to your REV2, in our case we need to disable/remove "SUPER100 port 1" from the (input and output).
  3. Add an instance of the DSI Prophet 12 Editor VST plugin to your DAW, and open the plugin window.
  4. Proceed to the Preferences dialog within the Prophet 12 Editor VST and select the MIDI ports from your MIDI interface which are connected to your Synthesizer, in our case we will select "SUPER100 port 1" as the input and output.

If you have a problems with configuring the editor please email me to support@codeknobs.com



How to configure Prophet'08

For proper operation of the editor you should properly configure the synthesizer. Following parameters in
Prophet'08 Global Settings should be set to these values:

How to configure Prophet'08 editor VST

PLEASE, MAKE SURE the MIDI ports that are used for communication with your Prophet'08 are are not currently occupied by other software (include your DAW).

Connecting your Prophet'08 via MIDI Interface (for this example we will use the abstract SUPER100 midi interface device, with our synthesizer connected to port 1):

  1. Power on Prophet'08, power on your MIDI Interface device, and connect it via MIDI to port 1
  2. Open your DAW, proceed to your DAW's MIDI preferences and DISABLE or REMOVE the MIDI ports from your MIDI interface that are connected to your Prophet'08, in our case we need to disable/remove "SUPER100 port 1" from the (input and output).
  3. Add an instance of the DSI Prophet'08 Editor VST plugin to your DAW, and open the plugin window.
  4. Proceed to the Preferences dialog within the Prophet'08 Editor VST and select the MIDI ports from your MIDI interface which are connected to your Synthesizer, in our case we will select "SUPER100 port 1" as the input and output.

If you have a problems with configuring the editor please email me to support@codeknobs.com



How to configure Pro 2

For proper operation of the editor you should properly configure the synthesizer. Following parameters in
Pro 2 Global Settings should be set to these values:

How to configure Pro 2 editor VST

PLEASE, MAKE SURE the MIDI ports that are used for communication with your Pro 2 are are not currently occupied by other software (include your DAW).

For example, if you connect your synthesizer via USB:

  1. Power on your Pro 2, and connect it via USB, Open your DAW, proceed to MIDI preferences and DISABLE or REMOVE "Pro 2" MIDI ports (input and output).
  2. Add an instance of the Pro 2 Editor VST plugin to your DAW and open the plugin window.
  3. Proceed to the Preferences dialog within the Pro 2 Editor VST, and select "Pro2" MIDI port as input port, and select "Pro2" MIDI port as output port.

Connecting your Pro 2 via MIDI Interface (for this example we will use the abstract SUPER100 midi interface device, with our synthesizer connected to port 1):

  1. Power on Pro 2, power on your MIDI Interface device, and connect it via MIDI to port 1
  2. Open your DAW, proceed to your DAW's MIDI preferences and DISABLE or REMOVE the MIDI ports from your MIDI interface that are connected to your Pro 2, in our case we need to disable/remove "SUPER100 port 1" from the (input and output).
  3. Add an instance of the DSI Pro 2 Editor VST plugin to your DAW, and open the plugin window.
  4. Proceed to the Preferences dialog within the Pro 2 Editor VST and select the MIDI ports from your MIDI interface which are connected to your Synthesizer, in our case we will select "SUPER100 port 1" as the input and output.

If you have a problems with configuring the editor please email me to support@codeknobs.com



How to configure Mopho X4

For proper operation of the editor you should properly configure the synthesizer. Following parameters in
Mopho X4 Global Settings should be set to these values:

How to configure Mopho X4 editor VST

PLEASE, MAKE SURE the MIDI ports that are used for communication with your Mopho X4 are are not currently occupied by other software (include your DAW).

For example, if you connect your synthesizer via USB:

  1. Power on your Mopho X4, and connect it via USB, Open your DAW, proceed to MIDI preferences and DISABLE or REMOVE "Mopho X4" MIDI ports (input and output).
  2. Add an instance of the Mopho X4 Editor VST plugin to your DAW and open the plugin window.
  3. Proceed to the Preferences dialog within the Mopho X4 Editor VST, and select "MophoX4" MIDI port as input port, and select "MophoX4" MIDI port as output port.

Connecting your Mopho X4 via MIDI Interface (for this example we will use the abstract SUPER100 midi interface device, with our synthesizer connected to port 1):

  1. Power on Mopho X4, power on your MIDI Interface device, and connect it via MIDI to port 1
  2. Open your DAW, proceed to your DAW's MIDI preferences and DISABLE or REMOVE the MIDI ports from your MIDI interface that are connected to your Mopho X4, in our case we need to disable/remove "SUPER100 port 1" from the (input and output).
  3. Add an instance of the DSI Mopho X4 Editor VST plugin to your DAW, and open the plugin window.
  4. Proceed to the Preferences dialog within the Mopho X4 Editor VST and select the MIDI ports from your MIDI interface which are connected to your Synthesizer, in our case we will select "SUPER100 port 1" as the input and output.

If you have a problems with configuring the editor please email me to support@codeknobs.com



How to configure Mopho Keyboard

For proper operation of the editor you should properly configure the synthesizer. Following parameters in
Mopho Keyboard Global Settings should be set to these values:

How to configure Mopho Keyboard editor VST

PLEASE, MAKE SURE the MIDI ports that are used for communication with your Mopho Keyboard are are not currently occupied by other software (include your DAW).

For example, if you connect your synthesizer via USB:

  1. Power on your Mopho Keyboard, and connect it via USB, Open your DAW, proceed to MIDI preferences and DISABLE or REMOVE "Mopho Keyboard" MIDI ports (input and output).
  2. Add an instance of the Mopho Keyboard Editor VST plugin to your DAW and open the plugin window.
  3. Proceed to the Preferences dialog within the Mopho Keyboard Editor VST, and select "MophoKeyboard" MIDI port as input port, and select "MophoKeyboard" MIDI port as output port.

Connecting your Mopho Keyboard via MIDI Interface (for this example we will use the abstract SUPER100 midi interface device, with our synthesizer connected to port 1):

  1. Power on Mopho Keyboard, power on your MIDI Interface device, and connect it via MIDI to port 1
  2. Open your DAW, proceed to your DAW's MIDI preferences and DISABLE or REMOVE the MIDI ports from your MIDI interface that are connected to your Mopho Keyboard, in our case we need to disable/remove "SUPER100 port 1" from the (input and output).
  3. Add an instance of the DSI Mopho Keyboard Editor VST plugin to your DAW, and open the plugin window.
  4. Proceed to the Preferences dialog within the Mopho Keyboard Editor VST and select the MIDI ports from your MIDI interface which are connected to your Synthesizer, in our case we will select "SUPER100 port 1" as the input and output.

If you have a problems with configuring the editor please email me to support@codeknobs.com



How to configure Mopho Desktop

For proper operation of the editor must properly configure the Mopho. Following parameters in Mopho globals must set to these values:

How to configure DSI Mopho Desktop editor VST

PLEASE, MAKE SURE the MIDI ports that are used for communication with your Mopho device are are not currently occupied by other software (include your DAW).

Connecting your Mopho via MIDI Interface (for this example we will use the abstract SUPER100 midi interface device, with our Mopho connected to port 1):

  1. Power on your DSI Mopho, power on your MIDI Interface device, and connect it via MIDI to port 1
  2. Open your DAW, proceed to your DAW's MIDI preferences and DISABLE or REMOVE the MIDI ports from your MIDI interface that are connected to your Mopho, in our case we need to disable/remove "SUPER100 port 1" from the (input and output).
  3. Add an instance of the DSI Mopho Program Editor VST plugin to your DAW, and open the plugin window.
  4. Proceed to the Preferences dialog within the DSI Mopho Program Editor VST, and select the MIDI ports from your MIDI interface which are connected to your Mopho, in our case we will select "SUPER100 port 1" as the input and output.

If you have a problems with configuring the editor please write me at support@codeknobs.com

How to configure Tetra

For proper operation of the editor must properly configure the Tetra. Following parameters in Tetra globals must set to these values:

How to configure DSI Tetra program editor VST

PLEASE, MAKE SURE the MIDI ports that are used for communication with your Tetra device are are not currently occupied by other software (include your DAW).

For example, if you connect your Tetra via USB:

  1. Power on your DSI Tetra, and connect it via USB, Open your DAW, proceed to MIDI preferences and DISABLE or REMOVE "DSI Tetra" MIDI ports (input and output).
  2. Add an instance of the DSI Tetra Program Editor VST plugin to your DAW and open the plugin window.
  3. Proceed to the Preferences dialog within the DSI Tetra Program Editor VST, and select "DSI Tetra MIDI" port as input port, and select "DSI Tetra" MIDI port as output port.

Connecting your Tetra via MIDI Interface (for this example we will use the abstract SUPER100 midi interface device, with our Tetra connected to port 1):

  1. Power on your DSI Tetra, power on your MIDI Interface device, and connect it via MIDI to port 1
  2. Open your DAW, proceed to your DAW's MIDI preferences and DISABLE or REMOVE the MIDI ports from your MIDI interface that are connected to your Tetra, in our case we need to disable/remove "SUPER100 port 1" from the (input and output).
  3. Add an instance of the DSI Tetra Program Editor VST plugin to your DAW, and open the plugin window.
  4. Proceed to the Preferences dialog within the DSI Tetra Program Editor VST, and select the MIDI ports from your MIDI interface which are connected to your Tetra, in our case we will select "SUPER100 port 1" as the input and output.

If you have a problems with configuring the editor please write me at support@codeknobs.com